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For many months after Hurricane Katrina, life in New Orleans meant negotiating streets strewn with debris and patrolled by the United States Army. Most of the city was without power. Emptied and ruined houses, businesses, schools, and churches stretched for miles through once thriving neighborhoods. Almost immediately, however, die-hard New Orleanians began a homeward journey. A travelogue through this surreal landscape, A Season of Night: New Orleans Life after Katrina offers a deeply intimate, firsthand account of that homecoming. After the floodwaters drained, author Ian McNulty returned to live on the second floor of his wrecked house without electricity or neighbors. For months his sanity was writing this book on a laptop by candlelight. By turns haunting, inspiring, and darkly comic, this memoir offers a behind-the-headlines story of resilience and renewal. From bittersweet camaraderie in the wreckage to depression and violent rampages in the lawless night to the first flickers of cultural revival and the explosive joy of a post-Katrina Mardi Gras, A Season of Night delivers an unprecedented tale from the wounded but always enthralling Crescent City. Learn more about the book and its author at http://www.seasonofnight.com/ Ian McNulty is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Gambit Weekly and New Orleans Magazine. He is the author of Hungry? Thirsty? New Orleans, a guidebook to restaurants and bars. americas,atmospheric sciences,biographies,disaster relief,earth sciences,history,memoirs,politics and social sciences,science and math,social sciences Earth Sciences, University Press of Mississippi

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For many months after Hurricane Katrina, life in New Orleans meant negotiating streets strewn with debris and patrolled by the United States Army. Most of the city was without power. Emptied and ruined houses, businesses, schools, and churches stretched for miles through once thriving neighborhoods. Almost immediately, however, die-hard New Orleanians began a homeward journey. A travelogue through this surreal landscape, "A Season of Night: New Orleans Life after Katrina" offers a deeply intimate, firsthand account of that homecoming. After the floodwaters drained, author Ian McNulty returned to live on the second floor of his wrecked house without electricity or neighbors. For months his sanity was writing this book on a laptop by candlelight. By turns haunting, inspiring, and darkly comic, this memoir offers a behind-the-headlines story of resilience and renewal. From bittersweet camaraderie in the wreckage to depression and violent rampages in the lawless night to the first flickers of cultural revival and the explosive joy of a post-Katrina Mardi Gras, "A Season of Night" delivers an unprecedented tale from the wounded but always enthralling Crescent City. Learn more about the book and its author at http: //www.seasonofnight.com/ Ian McNulty is a freelance writer and regular contributor to "Gambit Weekly" and "New Orleans Magazine." He is the author of "Hungry? Thirsty? New Orleans," a guidebook to restaurants and bars. A Season of Night: New Orleans Life After Katrina McNulty, Ian, University Press of Mississippi

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For many months after Hurricane Katrina, life in New Orleans meant negotiating streets strewn with debris and patrolled by the United States Army. Most of the city was without power. Emptied and ruined houses, businesses, schools, and churches stretched for miles through once thriving neighborhoods. Almost immediately, however, die-hard New Orleanians began a homeward journey. A travelogue through this surreal landscape, A Season of Night: New Orleans Life after Katrina offers a deeply intimate, firsthand account of that homecoming. After the floodwaters drained, author Ian McNulty returned to live on the second floor of his wrecked house without electricity or neighbors. For months his sanity was writing this book on a laptop by candlelight. By turns haunting, inspiring, and darkly comic, this memoir offers a behind-the-headlines story of resilience and renewal. From bittersweet camaraderie in the wreckage to depression and violent rampages in the lawless night to the first flickers of cultural revival and the explosive joy of a post-Katrina Mardi Gras, A Season of Night delivers an unprecedented tale from the wounded but always enthralling Crescent City. Learn more about the book and its author at http://www.seasonofnight.com/. Ian McNulty is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Gambit Weekly and New Orleans Magazine . He is the author of Hungry? Thirsty? New Orleans , a guidebook to restaurants and bars. History History eBook, University Press of Mississippi

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A Season of Night: New Orleans Life After Katrina
Author:

McNulty, Ian

Title:

A Season of Night: New Orleans Life After Katrina

ISBN:

9781934110911

An account of life post-Katrina and a paean to shaken, but ever-alluring, New Orleans

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781934110911
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1934110914
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
163 Pages
Weight: 0,354 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781934110911

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1-934110-91-4, 978-1-934110-91-1

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